Project Brownsea

Scouting matters now more than ever — but its future is at stake.

Alumni of BSA understand the lifelong benefits of Scouting better than most people. They also
understand the impact of limited, and in some cases nonexistent, recruitment options at
this extraordinary moment in time.

That’s why we’re tapping into the skills first championed by Robert Baden-Powell at the first
Scout camp on Brownsea Island in 1907 — skills like resourcefulness, leadership and teamwork
— to promote recruiting and ensure the future of Scouting in this country.

This is the essence of why we’re a movement and not simply an organization.

Bob Mazzuca
Former Chief Scout Executive